The term “New Normal” was coined to describe the financial conditions that emerged during the global recession which followed the 2007 – 2008 financial crisis. This definition has recently expanded to represent any newly emergent social or economic phenomenon that rapidly becomes relevant to a community-at-large. New Normal contexts apply beyond static states, though. In general, disruptive transitions tend to be followed by sustained periods of change and innovation. These periods of flux have become catalysts for increased adoption of New Normal paradigms. In IT and data center environments, the dynamism inherent in New Normalcy is more evident than in almost any other corporate sphere.
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With data center operations, equipment maintenance and software licenses consuming an excessive portion of IT budgets - companies have much to gain by optimizing their current operations.
Maybe you're just starting to plan your data center relocation.
Customers and internal users alike expect quick, dependable access to both online sites and internal applications, and network issues can negatively impact customer satisfaction, brand reputation, and revenue.
The average company has a backlog of planned IT projects going back between three months and one year, according to research published Tuesday.Business leaders are increasingly relying on their IT team to adapt new technology and maintain their competitive position, and this adds pressure on that team to keep pace, adapt readily to constant change, and make critical decisions that don’t disrupt the day-to-day business operations.
Learn from the pros about the challenges of the complex process of cloud and data center migrations - and gain keys to overcoming them. In this ebook, you'll also see TDS benchmarks for each phase, enabling you to set goals for your own project.